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Single-Family

Single-Family

For general questions regarding all Single-Family programs, please contact the Technical Assistance Specialist for your area using the map below:

2018 HOME and AHTF Competitive Application Guidelines

Application Resources:

2018 HOME and AHTF Policy Manuals:

The HOME and AHTF Policy Manuals were updated in December in 2017 for projects funded through this competitive application round. Both can be found on the Housing Contract Administration Help Desk under AHTF (Affordable Housing Trust Fund) and HOME Single Family.

KHC partners with housing developers, builders, local government, and other organizations to provide multiple single-family housing options in Kentucky. These include funds for new construction, rehab and repair, and short-term rental assistance. Please note: If you are interested in buying a home using KHC’s mortgage programs, please visit our Home Buyers area.
KHC has a variety of programs and most allow flexibility to design options that meet a community’s needs and priorities.

HOME Policies for Projects funded Prior to 2018

Projects funded prior to 2018 are required to follow the policies included in the following document:

HOME Policies KHC Manual

Construction

KHC has multiple programs available to fund construction of affordable, single-family homes. The requirements for each program vary slightly. Please review details for each funding source below.


Rehabilitation

KHC has programs available to fund both moderate and substantial rehabilitation of Kentucky homes. Please review details for each funding source below.

Repair

KHC has programs available to fund repairs of single-family homes, depending on the dollar amount of the repairs and the area median income of the family. For more information on funding to assist with making utility payments, please visit the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Please review details for each funding source below.

Rental Assistance

KHC short-term rental assistance is available for up to two years through the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program.

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